3 posts tagged with "job search"

Lackluster Resume? Try Branding Yourself

Posted:February 6, 2014 | Tags: personal branding, skills, expertise, add value, job seeker, resume, job search

Are you struggling with your search? If you’re feeling that your résumé is less than effective or missing a certain panache, I’m guessing (even not having not seen your résumé), that a lack of focus / brand would be the reason.


First, you need to figure out what you’re selling and the value you have to offer employers.


Let’s take a step back and look at this from a ‘big picture’ perspective. The process is that by narrowing your focus. In order to exponentially broaden your appeal to...

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"Solutions Networking"

Posted:November 11, 2014 | Tags: networking, Personal branding, job search, career management

For the past several years, my executive coaching clients and participants in personal branding webinars have heard me talk about the idea of “Solutions Networking.”

Solutions Networking is the idea that when you’re networking (that is, gathering advice, information, and referrals), that you do so around the goal that you’re networking to learn about organizations that are suffering the problem at which you’re an expert in solving.

What’s the foundation of this idea? You have to be clear...

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Is Your Name Confusing Decision Makers?

Posted:February 19, 2015 | Tags: Interview, LinkedIn, Resume, Job Search

Is Your Name Confusing Decision Makers?

By: Danielle Beauparlant Moser and Renee Zung 

Is your name is confusing the people with whom you’re communicating? If so, it’s not too late to fix it. In other words, will the Real You please stand up?

It is common especially for women to change their name, but you do not want to be lost in the transition. For job seekers it is important to keep your name consistent across all marketing material: Resume, LinkedIn Profile, business cards, Personal...

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